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Albanese-O’Neill Co-Authors Article on Pediatrics Diabetes Care

College of Nursing Assistant Professor Anastasia Albanese-O’Neill co-authored an article related to guidelines for children with diabetes at elementary and secondary school settings published by the American Diabetes Association. The position statement on diabetes management in the elementary and secondary school setting includes the recommendation that school nurses, as well…

Dean Gives Annual State of the College Address

On September 25, 2015, Dean Anna McDaniel gave her annual State of the College address where she highlighted College of Nursing accomplishments and goals and objectives moving forward. We invite you to watch her presentation linked below.

McDaniel Named Virginia Henderson Fellow

Anna McDaniel, Dean, was named a Virginia Henderson Fellow in support of nursing research at Sigma Theta Tau International Foundation for Nursing. This special giving program is named in honor of Virginia A. Henderson (1897-1996). Henderson is considered the foremost American nurse of the 20th…

Hartjes Named Coordinator of Acute Care DNP Track

Tonja Hartjes, DNP. ACNP/FNP-BC, CCRN-CSC, Clinical Associate Professor, has been named the Coordinator of the College’s Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) track. Hartjes has taught in the program since 2010 and has worked with the College of Nursing since 2005. Prior to that she was a clinical…

Lyon Presents at NINR 30th Anniversary Symposium

Dr. Debra Lyon, Executive Associate Dean/Thomas M. and Irene B. Kirbo Endowed Chair, Nursing Executive Associate Dean and the Thomas M. and Irene B. Kirbo Endowed Chair Debra Lyon presented a scientific session at the National Institute of Nursing Research’s 30th Anniversary Scientific Symposium on October…

The Bedside and Beyond

Versie Johnson-Mallard uses research to change behavior in adolescents and young adults By Sam Burroughs Versie Johnson-Mallard, Ph.D., ARNP, FAAN, can see gaps in health care that need to be filled and is using her expertise to help fill them.

Albanese-O’Neill Receives Award for Innovative Diabetes Education Project

Assistant Professor Anastasia Albanese-O’Neill received the 2015 Innovative Use of Media Technology Award from the American Association of Diabetes Educators. As the recipient of this award she will receive $3,000.00 for the development and/ or implementation of a concept for the innovative use of media and technology to advance…